Why ‘repair’ rather than ‘replace’ damaged stones ?
Replacing stones is done in several stages: removal, crafting a new stone in the workshop, laying, adjusting or finishing off the cutting, filling the joints and grouting. This results in a lot of lifting and handling and time spent at the work site/workshop at a cost that may exceed the budget available.
In many cases it is possible to avoid this process with our lime product dedicated to repairing ashlar: Tradical PF 60.
With just a single lime product, you can (re)point, reconstruct the facing of damaged stones, make spot repairs and give new life to decorative elements using templates.